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The Entertainment Issue

Cover Profile:
Adrian Grenier

The do-it-all, no-slowing-down, eternally optimistic Adrian Grenier.

 

Big Gift: Andrew J. and
Erna Viterbi

The Viterbi family gives USC $15 million.

 

First Person:
Carmen Electra

Electra’s personal connection to her work with brain cancer survivors.

 

Eight Questions:
LL Cool J

LL and his charitable efforts.

Isaac Mizrahi

It wasn’t a trend or a fabric that changed Isaac Mizrahi’s life. It was an unexpected friend, who turned into something much more.

Joey Adler

How Joey Adler inspired A-listers like Brad Pitt and Matt Damon to change lives, one person at a time.


Lance Bass

From *NSYNC to celebrity yard sales, Lance Bass is putting a price tag on clutter.

Stephanie March

Stephanie March is just one of dozens of celebrities who have signed on to OKOW’s powerful global mission.


Big Gift: Andrew J. and Erna Viterbi

The Viterbi family gives USC $15 million.


Events

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eventMoMA Party in the Garden

eventNew York City Ballet 2014 Spring Gala

eventUp2Us Gala

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UpFront

Buffett beats personal record with $2.8 billion donation

Warren Buffett has donated $2.8 billion in Berkshire Hathaway stock to five charities.

Zuckerbergs give $120 million for S.F. schools

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are giving $120 million to help improve schools in the San Francisco Bay area.

Duke gets $30 million for engineers

Pharmaceutical executive J. Michael Pearson and his wife, Christine, are giving Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering $30 million. The gift will primarily support interdisciplinary programs, including collaborations between the Pratt School and Duke’s Trinity College of Arts & Sciences.

$67 million donation in London

What does a new 25-acre research and innovation campus in West London need to make it vibrant and compelling? Thanks to a $67 million gift from alumnus Michael Uren, founder of Civil and Marine Ltd., the answer will be the Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Hub at Imperial College London.

 

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In the Archives

Look through our archive of covers to see past profilees including Jeff Koons, Charles Simonyi, Isadore Sharp, and more. Click on the cover image to see the listing of profilees for that issue!

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